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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by stylegurrl, Jul 29, 2004.
That sux! Half the reason I go there is for the tongue in cheek tees
I want one that simply says FCUK but mommy would never go for it
half the reason...that's the only reason for me...the rest is just squash
I saw a great one that said FCUK but if you look really closely, the letters are made from people in different sexual positions.
The other half is the cute salesguys.......
ahhh...*remembering why i bought the 'amazing ball control' tee shirt in DC*
you are quite right...
My God, I can't believe that people actually like that s**t, or think that it's actually funny. Maybe it's different in NYC, but once you've seen your tenthousandth fat teenager with bad highlights and an "ironic" FCUK slogan hovering above her jelly belly, you kind of go of it.....
No, it's not different in NYC
I don't know about anywhere else but in Newcastle FCUK is worn by teenagers and slightly pathetic thirty-something men in allright jobs...
I don't like FCUK... maybe some stuff from the girls dept. but those tees are terrible...
I have never seen anyone in my town or any of the surrounding areas wearing a FCUK tee. Plenty of ab flab, though.
That's why it would still be extremely controversial for me to wear one
Yeah, as much as I love FCUK, grown men who wear it are just pathetic....
They should make a shirt for them that says "Too busy to FCUK" on the front and "....that's why my wife left me" on the back.
The perfect gift from ex-wives everywhere
I agree that the "ironic" FCUK slogans aren't all that edgy or trendy and shouldn't be worn by anyone out of high-school. That being said - those slogans were the only thing that separated French Connection from the pack, without those slogans nobody will give a f*ck about fcuk.
i've never even heard of FCUK... :-\
i thought it was very clever...if somewhat lowbrow ...marketing strategy when it first began...but the irony has long since lost it's appeal and i'm happy to see them move on...
All I know is, I've had so much fun wearing those shirts to school......it's the rebel in me.
I hate those t-shirts i find them so tacky, but thats just my opinion.
They got banned when i was at college incase a dyslexic person read it wrongly, much to the disgust of the rest of the college .
My brother's severely dyslexic and he has a t-shirt with 'I have Dailysex' crossed out in red ink with 'Dyslexia' written above B)